The Aspinall Foundation

03/06/2019

Djéké - From Orphan to Silverback

by Matthieu Bonnet, Regional Director of the Gabon & Congo Gorilla Project

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30/04/2019

Djala & Djongo Looking Great in Gabon

It is nearly six years since Djala and Djongo made the journey to Gabon. For Djala it was the chance to return to a life in the wild, a life that had been denied him many years ago. Djala’s story began in 1982, in the forests of the Congo basin...

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30/04/2019

The Illegal Wildlife Trade Must be Stopped

Stolen from their mothers, big cat cubs are continuing to suffer at the hands of those involved in the illegal trade in wildlife. They endure appalling conditions as they are smuggled across countries, many dying en route. Some of the youngsters...

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26/04/2019

Critically Endangered Madagascar Big-headed Turtle is present at our project!

 With the assistance of funding from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), we have been carrying out surveys in the forest and wetlands of the Ambato-Boeny/ Maevatanana area. One area we were keen to learn more about was the suggestion...

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29/03/2019

Work Continues on our Ambato-Boeny/Maevatanana Project

By Tony King, Conservation & Reintroduction Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation.

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26/02/2019

Our Membership of PASA

Founded in 2000 PASA is the largest association of wildlife centres in Africa. With 23 organizations in 13 countries across Africa PASA members are leading more innovative conservation projects to protect primates in the wild than ever before....

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26/02/2019

Grumeti Gives Birth in Tanzania!

It is estimated there are fewer than 5,500 of all black rhino left in the wild, and well under 200 in Tanzania. Back in 2012 when two female eastern black rhino, Grumeti and Zawadi, left Port Lympne for Tanzania, we hoped they would thrive. In...

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11/02/2019

Introducing Lion Lodge – Port Lympne’s New 5* Accommodation

Ready to discover Port Lympne’s latest luxury accommodation?

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31/01/2019

Hand Raised Sambar Fawn

Hoofstock Keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, Kent’s largest wild animal park, have been hand raising a sambar fawn after it was discovered unattended by its mother, on the Reserve’s Asian Experience, in the depths of winter.

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31/01/2019

Happy Birthday Kingut!

Hoofstock keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, Kent’s largest wild animal park, are helping a very special Malayan tapir celebrate a milestone birthday.

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